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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, .FEHRUAUY 21, 1911.
OREGON CITY, OREGON 'J
E. C. BRODte, Editor and Publisher.
Application rhad for aeeond etaaa JJrlvW
U at h Paatdmce at Oracoa City,
Orr-on. under tha Act of Conras of
March I, 117.
, TEIM W SUUCtlfTION.
On Tear, by mail .. .. v IS M
Bis Months, hy mall .' It
Four Alonlba, by mail.. ..,.. lot
l'r wek, flr carrW,.i Jt
, il MEtTBWq. iatej I .
First ran-. prr men ftrai Insertion.'. . Ate
Flrat I 'axe. pr Inch aiMe4 Inwrilimi. .loo
rrrrrrl iMtftitlon aiy " pt. Per Inch
) flrat' lnartli. ..... .)..,,., 160
Pnrrarrait piMltlim OVvy an fa. per Inch I
' added Insertions .t ... .10o I
Run paprr other than flrat pace, per Int'h
flrat Insertion I2o
Run paper other than flrat pae. per Inch
.added inaertlona..... ,lc
t.ocals TOo per line; to regular adver
tisers sc una,
Wants, For Sale, To Rent
wound aerloua, unleaa complication
na the young man will aoon be woll
TWINS ARE TO MARRY TWIN.
Indiana Quartet Han to Live In the
, , Sama Parmhoaiaa. .
KOKOMO. kna. rtb. 20. IVlmar
and Dalton Johnson, twin, and MUsei
Kat M. and Uila A. Clark, twlna.
were, last wevk arantcd lU-cnaea to
The principal lived on adjoining
farm and will live In the same house.
their farm adjoining (hat of their par
TIu'ko bountiful days are Indeed
Welcome after the severe storms of
last week. ' Oreavn against the world
for a variety of weather.
Quite a- number of the boys made
etc. one I use of the cood roads by kIvIiik their
cent a word flrat Insertion; one-half cent friends a buggy ride Sunday.
A. Ij. Yoder and wife upeivt Sunday
Katea for adverttstna; tn the Weekly
Enterprise will be the same aa In the
with J. R. Watoon and family, of Kl-
dally, for advertisements art eaperlallr i liot Prairie.
for the weekly Wlim-e the ailvertlaement ! Merman Olson has taKen the con
is imnnierreu irvri me aauy to me wee
Eugene D. Ely Says Landiritf on
! Deck of n Warship Is Simple
tract of grubbing -two acres of land fn
the saw mill man. Herman Is a good
worker and will soon have the atumpti
ly, without rhanm. the rata will be c
an Inch for run of the paper, and 100 an
Inch for aperlal position.
Cash should accompany order where i mlnc im In smoke
Iaal advertising at legal advertising
Circus advertising- and special transient
Kd Mitts and family, of Kituffman
avenue, took dinner with Mr. and .Mrs.
A. O. Yoder Sunday.
A. U Marsh and family will soon
room- . . - , . m , . . .
in to apecial conditions governing the ' leave ior l anrornia. nopn.a; jne cnane
will benefit Mr. Marsh's health.
There was a largo attendance nt the
Sunday school the lUth, and we sin-
"Klre Sale" and, Bankrupt Fa!e" adver
j ttaementa 5c Inch first Insertion; addl
New. item, and well writ. ticle. Ily hope the young folks will con
or merit, with Interest to local readers, i tilllie the good work
win m gladly accepted. Rejected manu- Mss Cora Giger. who has been very
acrlnta never returned unless inYimmn. .... ....
led by atamna to prepay postMe. i the past month. Is slowly Improv
. L L-jg--r-T7c- , . ( Inc.,
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER. 1 J- Watson and family spent Sun
t - ' d iv ith'Mr. and Mrs. U H Yoder
THE SIZE OF APPROPRIATIONS V'ork has bogtin oa the new church
nnper-e- .... ,. j that will be built on ilia northwest
ri T i corner f A u Wlistrnnd-s farm,
i uo lesuuuure jusi enura nas maue j r( ijobarts, our popular young
tho largest total appropriations In the 1 bachelor. Is cutting brush for J. S.
'Yoder, which will add much to the
! appearance of the farm.
Geo. Lether and Alfred Olson have
y4.yj-' .1''" ,
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. ' ; N ,; i hi ii ' 1 . J
US' i'g- '
history of the State. There has been
some little charge of extravagance
but it Is too early In the day to say
whether or not there has been extrav-1
gone into (he poultry business. That's
right boys,- show the people what can
agance. The sura total of approprla- i De done on a small tract of land.
Hons may or may not mean extrava
gance; only after a careful comparison
ia it possible toosay whether or not
extravagance, is to be aeen.
Oregon is growing in Improtance
and In population. An Increased popu
lation means increased expenditures
Increase in governmental expense, In
improvements o a permanent char
acter, and in the expense of punlsh
Ing for crimes that are found la a new
country because of the character of a
portion of its drifting population.
Harold Iloop, of Sljverton, Is work
Ing for O. Wyland at present. I
C. Miller, the new road boss. Is do
ing a fine lot of repair work on the
roads in this neighborhood.' showing
himself a good man for the job. .
J, R. Yoder, who Is attending the O.
A. C, Is at home for a short vacation.
Joe will finish the four year course
this coming June. - ' .
John Domlque Is attending the Mo
Ialla High School this winter;, w-e are
glad to see the young men strive for a
Mrs. V. S. Slonce Is home again
after spending a number of days with
which, go unpunished at the first, but ! ?LKZhZ,l
of which note must be taken aa the j i. B. Hein, who sold his 50-aere
SUt advances ln a social way. farm near Canby, was In our vicinity
All these things have come to Or- la8t week looking for a new location.
gon and tn consequence the cost of
government ia increasing from year to
year... When the full quota of appro-
WeTTope he will find a suitable place
near us. '
rlondrlek Bros, are busy cutting
wcxhI with their new gasoline drag
legislature has been extravagant.
HAS SKULL FRACTURED.
priatron Is known, and it has been ! Raw: at present they are getting out
carefully analyzed, then will It be 8hln?" bolts for Fritr Stagiman.
. . i J. Taylor and wife spent Sunday
possible to say whether or not this : w.,h .hp,r vminB,-t Hairhter m i
, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Milo - Lanta visited
: with L. D. Yoder and family last Sun
! day. .
w.i.-1 , Mrs. L. D. Yoder has returned from
- PinK iZ. . Z a w-ont-wo-we4Bi-lslt-wlthJ-elatIvea Jn
Woi.. V7"" J . Portland and Seaside,
"""f muuie, empioyea in me Will
amette Pulp tc. Paper Co.'g saw mill,
was very seriously injured in a small
accident at the mill about 3 o'clock
Monday aftenujioh: While at work the
lever handle on a log carriage flow
around unexpectedly and struck him
on the right side of the head, fractur
ing his- skull. .
Moore was unconscious for some
Uttle titne, but came around all right
in the end. He was taken to the of
fice of the company doctor, Dr. Carl,
and restoratives administered. While
the blow was very severe, and the
Photos by American Prtsa AsaocUtloo.
UK he bud rtowii fjom the shore over the city of "San FniueUco, hint
lighted, oft (he tlY-JiW of the artirnrvtl rrulHor l'einiylvaiila. nt aueliur
lu the harbor. uiTd bad' risen therefrom to fly a doren mile back to
the aviation Held Kiifeiie It. Kly declared the fettt be had erforuicl
waa "eny enooi:h." lie hud uot made single tnlm-ali-uUlion ami all the
prei-autloin he hatl taken for nafety were uot needed. l think tlio trick could
be KticxvMMful'.v tuclied nine tlinea out of ten," he said. The preparation for
the test one tint wa of tremendous profexaloiial Interest to every naval
man Included the' rottructim of a lauding stage or "Jury deck1 over the
stern of the IVnmylvania. This stage waa130l feet huig nnd about fifty feet
wide, H sloMd tipwanl gently front the rear, and betwveu ltn forward eud
ami the cruiser's mast heavy cativaa wa stretched to rsttli the aviator should
h fall to hind' ft he- tuteuded. Acrus the laudhig stage rnpen were atretcheU.
and at the end of the rope were bag of aaud weighing ih ponnds eacb.
Hook were attached to skldi U-lov the aeroplane, aid wlieft Kly descended
to' the lauding atage Dicte book caught' lu the ropes nnd the bags of sand, j
poae In the ChrlatUu's Ufa). a. IDs ad
dreaa was Intended to encourano
those who had Juat united with the
church. Afterwards rrrvahmiita
ctnaltit)g of sandwich, f tilt, salad
and coffpe, rf ayrvi4 by lha Lftdlee-
Ald.- . 'v. .'. . . "
J t roiinSn mad a hiinaa trip to
rorfland, being absent Thursday nnd
T. J. Olll. principal of the Canby
school, spent Hahbalh, February
St Portland visiting friends.
The tlrand Chlckerlng piano so
! curel by M. J. l-et' efforts for the
iMethodlal church arrived Saturday
morning and la now ready for the
Sunday services. II la an Immense
Instrument and no doubt will prove
to be a great help to (he rhurch choir
Arrangements have been made
with C. K Komlg to tench the Itlver
sldo cnoo during Mr Kcflea- sick
iichh, Mr. Itomlg begins work Moil
day. February SO. '
Carl Mllurd has neon nt The Pa I lea
during the weak, - Ho returned lo
Canby on Friday and report thing
unlet there and thai Canby suits hi in
llev. punn. of the ChrtMlnn. church,
held tits regular service here Sundav
morning ntnl evening, February II)
Next Siiuday la his day at his .Other
chargo: therefore there will he no
prcai-hlna services lu the Christian
church, but they will have their ro
ular Sunday school session at 10: oil
o'clock A. M ; al1"' their regular mid
week wruver mod Inn. These two
acrrlcea are held each week
Ou HuniTay at S o'clock tho Men's
Three O'clock Prayer Meeting was
held In the Christian church, Mr. J
It. Newton was leader, and the at
tendance wa .fair. N'nxI Sunday this
service will bo held In the Methodist
church and Mt. Fisher will lead It.
llev. James Moore, the Methodist
Superrtiteiidenf of the Salem )ltrlct
who was present for the regular quar
lerlv conference l-ebruary 16, re-
vary dU.r yu d.p.al, In our aavlriB, -.par, " Ni
b a dollar plus the. Inter, II aarns.
Vour principal will always b available, which cannot ,
forma of" Investment. I b
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THE FIRST NATIONAL1 KM
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
I) C. LATOUKKTTB Prasldaoi.
Sunday. February I'll. Huuday mcIiimiI
at 10 nil A M , pieachlug at 11:00 A.
M , Men's. Prayer Meeting at 3:00 P.
M . Junior I eague at tin- paraotiage
3:00 p. M, tfpworth league at 0:30
M . preaching at 7:110 IV1 M. -II.
Hoy I -co, of the Canby Cuiial Co..
ha built a pin on the went of iheir
office In which he hna a pair of Ciilna
rtii'asanis: also a pen of bantams.
I he W C. T, V. held N tueellng In
I ho Methodist chunh Friday evening,
l-ebruary J7. a memorial service lu
honor of Frauds Wlllard.
F. C, lilllliiKhani was home over
Sunday, , lie Im now engaged In Port.
laud In a atoro. which Im and the
Col.li btothera own. and Ihrv Iiioh
been holding a spoiinl sale dining the
wlln II S8 beat raal. .".fi"r"J
. bay iui. whasi r
"hr $1711.). ,U..d
1 1 m
Ililkif A aa.L kv It It a.w ...,tl... I . . 1 I
turned Sunday and preachetl ' I illllMKhsiii.-s family will remain' bore
at Canby. where tho children are
M. K. church In the morning. The
service was well attended, and seven
more poiaotis were taken Into church
membership."' Tbla makes twenty-six
additions tn nil tn the past two Sun
Iter. Moore's sermon was a moat
Interesting discourse, rich In thought,
logical In nrraiiKeiinMit and pleasing
In delivery. It Is hoped that he may
find It convenient to visit this charge
mauv times during this year.' Itev.
Creesy preached, as announced,' In
tne evening service, a quartette com
(Muted of J. R. Newton, Mr. and Mrs.
N. K. WimmI. and Jrtra. C. F: Romtg.
agiig III a pleasing manner In both the
morning and evening aorvlee. The
audience was also .favored In the
much Interested In their school work.
Ore0on City Quotatl.
Matkei -conditions ,p, -changed
the p,,.( vk ' M in
but . In line. ,..iri
ro upward . tend,,X
The Irado Is Kr..Mit. i.. I
thn .un.-es. of .!,, t,r; 'H,Nl'
nd PrtMluc. ciiu.,,. t,MN
h I'nliMi will lAabiMoX
or beu.r gr.dlnf JkMj
In tho pa.t I hem hM la i
ttiiiDt ni.da .. ...7" Uia
Cll fruit, and VeceUbla .JT
forced lo go out.M, ofthsiCi
wlahlng good pr,,,,,,,., f
tn . . . r. L. . .. .1 .... . Bisi
stiH-k raised. 1
firm with It... -
... ... al1
llvmand la nw.i . nk 7 m
.1 . I I it... .1 I..- t.a il... a ' a . I .. . 1 1 1 uilil.t. .1 .
umw.ru ,..., ,M- -a. ... " - .u.-..v cVynlng service with a beautiful duet.
. . ... . . . . .. . . ... I s'lt'a u.
vuen ne waa reatiy to return to tne snore nia maenmn wa. uinieci arounti. (;,.rirude Wright.
It rollea swinty rovu the luudllig stage ana saueanwsy into tne nir like a
bird. ' ' v .. '
and Mrs . R Porter attended the elected Secretary, and those present
Jtndny School- Inatltute at . Portland were Rev. Creesv, I'aator. and A U
ThuriKlay and lYiday. -They reported , Snell. J. s. Dick! ,Mr. and Mrs j' It
a most Interesting convention with Newton. J. W. Vlnacke. Mrs. Maniler
exc.,1 lent addresses. , vie c K Ro , ,
'.Rev. James , Mra-ire .the. tviutri,.i ........ ...... .
. , niriiim in ui me niiitrier y rulirereliee
SuperUlendant...of 'the Methodist and In sides im. J .)..,..
church," was present at the renular t..l rri..n.i. k '
qwteriy conference held .t 'mK C
FAn',L.'...fc.'.."Ur..Thuf!Mlay fven- through. Rev. M.s.re made a moat ex-
was k I lr v i We 'P""m add",- ' hlch he empha-
was in the chair. C. F. Itomlg vaa sl.e,l sincerity.- und .,nencfi of pur-
The new Chlcker-
Ing C.rand Concert piano added much.
to the service Mia. Ijlllan Wang
plaved It In a masterly manner.
The announcements for the week
nf the M church are aa follow.
Monday evening, , February 3"', the
Sundiy School lumitl meots at lb
pariotnage; Tneaday etening, Fdir
ry 21. llev. Creesy and wlf" enter
ta,ln the youiiK. P'ti'M 'I'M' town:
Ve.liMixd4y tvi-tiintv Fobruary - 2'.',
.choir practice; .'Thursday i-venlng
February 2!!. a meeting of all the men
of the ichuriii to oruiuilze . brother
hooil; Friday evonlngFebrnary-H,
a meeting jof the K. U K. A. Isiys.
J. Alstead and wife went' to Port
land Friday Fehruary 17, where Mrs.
Alstead Is receiving medical treat
ment. Mr. H. H. Eccles was tak.en down
Thursday, vlth . the mensles. This
makes three lira eg that loward has
had them, first he had the Black
Mimsles,' then the Utrmaa Variety,
and now he lias the Scarlet Measles;
he is wondering If 'there, are any
Messrs. A. J. Burdette and S. Terry
I: : : 8
The fiillowlng tranarer. of real e-
ate were (lied )eKterdny In the tifflce
of Coiinty llreordrr WHIIaius . .,
Fyank C, and Alllo If. Hall Mar
tha C. Kcnair, sout)o( quatl.-r' itf
tiorthewist quarter, and 10 acre, tiff
tthdt) tt.a of northeast jjuanef ftf the
l)trmHt qirurter, section . Ik, iowii
ahlp I aodth, range J east. B. acres;
P. C. K. M ud Anna Howell to
Mr. Nellie Hlaileli. ..l 4, S. ill and II.
block If.. Metdriim; l.soo.
t.ottrrleiul Moser to Arnold ftoeth
il. Tut- acre, .eclkili 3J. Inwnanln 2
si. Mill, range I east; I liioO. .
J.-hn A. atul Sariih K Andrew, to
Man in l.reu, lot :t, block 2. Hallow.
Carrie M and A. W. Cheiier to' M In. ! "'': Isael. 3 bun. lies la.
tile Inakeep. laud In county addition alnd. but hiark-t fraa. fa
lo Oregon city; l-.tjo. ni celery all California rtocb., I
. M. and Anna Howell, tn far.. Hi... 1 ' I.OCH The liirll.istioa u l.'
Si heiioer, land lu Oregon City; J0o. j ard In ayinpathy w'tb batl.rk
J. v. ana t lata K. Toder to J II
Jack. ! (ivjc. section 7. township c
outb. range oast, pMrt of Jeremiah
Jack donation land claim; $10.
uiiii.iin p. .mi Umlly J. Herman to
t . N. Herman, south half of atitH..uio I II 1ft. bar ev II '.'n Tl,... u .
iii.uier, s.t ilon 19, north half of declin n quotations lamu rir
...... ... uei q.mrier m-ciioii an, iowii-inai ia noticeable. I
aUlp :. K.u4h. rstiiio 2 east. JfiO acres: ! II A Y Men hanla uartu iii 2
! hi iii smile aiviion; ;u acre,
.am ai-llou; IIJ.Ooo
harlea II and Ueorglana 8 WiWhU
to Frank p. and llerth. K. Nelmin, lots
I. 2. I... and t!. Mock 22. tJladstone:
POTATOtCrt v.. ...
- .... . unnn .'
but a tendency to a aiin-ir
v.iai at ai
mana. ti.wvi aiock,n,",-'
jhlprd In' from lack of tar Isl
and parking of horti itork
II 60, While there la aom. kV
offwred it Is not what ra Wav
ered first rlaa. and iursl oiT.
buying outside for their bag m.
VKtlKTAIJU-JI. oamas tr
at 2 laiuiid.; rarruls. DiMhlnsiM.
nip. plenty with selling prV. (
I. off on cent . bushel. Lcrili
S IS. hard wheat bran U, I
CORN Selling l. emu-J
lug ratea l C5 to 7S h4rai H
alMiiit .am prtre t "hrtij Mt-a
Governor and State Sen
ator Discuss Question
of Woman's Vote.
BY MM EON E. BALDWIN. Governor mt
BJfXlEVE"wonH;n eventual! v
will oLtain tlie' vote, hut I
do not believe tliey will
ever take AS KTCir IXTEKKST
IN 0SIXG IT AS DO'MEX.
Altbouph the brain of a man
nd a woman may be equally fine
nd their education be similar,
the HAW MATERIAL UI'OX
'WHICH YOU WOKK IS DIF
FERENT. My idea would be to enfranchise
Women hv tlpfrrees Tf tl,... I
. - . ...ill il til 11
to use Ronio civic Jiowcr before
giving them full power. I have
- now reconrmended that the wo
men property owners of Con
necticut be permitted to vote upon
their propo taxation.
If this much, were to 1e given
them we would "be BETJER
'ABLE TO JUDGE nOW ANX
, IOtTS WOMEN ARE FOR THE
FUt,L FRAXCIIISE. In" many
part of the country women are
. 'permitted to rote on, school boards
Snd purely loeal 'politfcil' qrieft
. .uomh, ana ii must do aamlttcq
,to any great jftent' ,
i OF COyRSE IT 8EEM3 A CER
,TAINTY THAT EQUAL SUFFRAGE
"WILL EVENTUALLY COME, but
l. DO .NOT" BELIEVE WE . SHALL
EVER SEE ' THE DAY . (Kl ' WHICH
MEN AND 'WOMEN' ART EQUAL
LY fNTEfJESTEOIfji rLJUCS. .fc
by biu 1 IM SULLIVAN, Stale Senator
from New York City.'
f man is the miVhtv nfTni'r K
thinks he is, why should he
be AFRAID of political
competition by tho women I. If
he's not such - a - mighty ' affair,
j then it's time he stepped down
and GAVE THE LADIES A
CHANCE to show what they can
do in politics.
- Jf you look at the young people
going to work -nowadays you'll -see
QUITE AS MANY GIRLS AS
If women compete with men in
business, whv shouldn't they
COMPETE WITH THEM IN
Mr. Croker told me some time
ago that ho had too much respect
for women to want to see them
mixed up in politics.
I'VE GOT TOO MUCH RE8PECT
POR POLITICS TO THINK IT
WOULD DEFILE ANY WOMAN.
POLITICS 18. ENNOBUNQ, , IT
HAS AN EDUCATIONAL VALUE.
' The WOMEN! 'OUGHT TO
VOTtf if theythin if, goirig to
make things any better for them.
jWoman suffrage has been a
success in the states in which it
has been tried. Givo a woman
half , a chance and youU find
she can t REASON . JUST AS
WELL AND GENERALLY IS A
OO0D DEAL FAIRER AND
SQUARE!. THAU HAIf.
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In the front rank of the
ART PRESERVATIVE . :.
. ' , "
I.; - ? V Correct and j
7 VT Artistic Decoration at i
U ,,enT Bostfc Coirpary's
g Wall Papers
v I Aik York Chun
v y'tJ ' i
- "' a.u I
iiarlsf In I
rimer, 117 fr llni.uhr, u4 Ul
oai nay; Bulling alfajf br ja
I'lviuv or hay lo mrt 4au4i
IUITTKIt-8liw. t thMt
and a waakrnlriK In
r"a allll roiiiiiiauil 7 lie rod, all
aradea cannot Imld id loawMi
iniiuna. I hri-M shows aa ata
but atxiiil holds Ma owe. . j
KlWJHHav omdo iiKMbWalm
ami ar up 4o In prim war Uaar
Uoua Tho Ion of Iba nurkau
flrmi-r and Inn km1 tiork toaat
33e. . I
UKANH Tb itiarkM (or ksnf
v-ry allff and Uio prlcjUlai U
alilpiiK'iita of aliM-ka aiorad UN
rMintrla are Ix-ln ahlppadiik
York, ami their rutura aiasMiH
l-roflt lo thoaw who hart (kaakf
: MOMCY8tock all iwti
white bonejr on tho mtrkat;
vorjr stiff and .rlr-s mj i
MKATfl Dreaaml (mrk
11c t I2e for thole VaJ coo
i:Ho tn 1.10. mntlnn c lolc.Mt
I'Oiri.TnY No di-inand furfkil
er fowla; chlckrna He ti F
will brine 16c. Only ncetfinl
mand. - . 1
I lofaaa The hp markat Ii biref
firmer and It la -elleve4 IkH t
I who hold for (he vnlald UpM
' K-l It. No ureal movement- J
Slock Ml'.-H (tniund. Wllr
rk l kV
Cure Your Rheuma
I AND OTHER ILLS OP THI
(H. porir.d l,y (,'ordon Iiroa. Co.)
ttri - . . -, i, rorn
Ir.fil) CWt, onfg 11.40. Pavln. tl n,.
'HHh for oala at (hi. " 7. ' '
'r'nw Bo ". horti .25. mlddllnna
IIHri, barley 1.H. Monr i. .m .
V the harrel. "
C'HICKKrVS BDrlnirer. ...
ml .re n RfK,l domand. h.-n. iVc
old rooater. I2e, ,, rXr r'
Tnrkeya are quotable at 20o, duoka
20c and koarq inc. '
ivVtZuTn p,,rk "" t
314C ca.h. HarnS J'"yln,
dried Kn r a 0 bOk,
ar,1B? J 2 "? IK,,""- prune. Bn , '
f IJ 1 A rlllrU-fui.a
uiaioon ei aLllein
fThe Hout of Hfic
Bolla round-trip tlckel',"fOod tvi
m.i.i ka .n.in. t a nil atofl I
ocoramodttloo t th !
rluin. at Vori laud
. . 0.rW. It aV N. SlatloM
r.. i. '..' n.'nd IS"
rur iiiriner iiiiurinaMuu
trated booMlrvt, kddreM wv
Phy. Medical Bupt M W'''
Iike, .Oregon, any O.-W. ,
Agent, or write to t " ,
VVM. McMURRAY, . j
General raeaeBl ' f
do you want .'.
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